The Naramata Bench’s geography was shaped by the last ice age.
Gamers on the Westside can rejoice as Orchard City Games is now open in the Westbank Shopping Centre, near the Wendy’s/Tim Hortons.
Sheryl Bossons, owner of Shooz on 97, is sounding an alarm as she struggles to keep her full-service Westside shoe store open during the COVID-19 pandemic. “The community needs to know if they want to see a business continue in this location, they have to support it,” she said. Bossons open…
Up to 40 people will be able to tap into an online training program at Okanagan College and gain work experience to prepare them for jobs in the hospitality industry.
While virtual medical and rehabilitation appointments seemed novel when COVID-19 first appeared, they’re now becoming a normal part of medicine
The unemployment rate in greater Kelowna fell in August, but only because hundreds of people stopped looking for work and took themselves out of the labour pool.
Doug Oggelsby of Oggelsby Wild Bird Photography in Peachland has come up with the idea of a virtual shopping spree featuring unique items from every Canadian province.
An Okanagan entrepreneur and tech industry trainer has been nominated for the 2020 BraveIT Award, a technology honour that acknowledges bravery in information technology.
After the COVID-19 pandemic caused Westside event planner Rosanne Ting-Mak Brown to shut down all her events, she was trying to figure out what to do.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Westside’s Indigenous World Spirits, the distillery of Indigenous World Wines, has joined distilleries across Canada in making hand sanitizer to help keep people safe.
The importance of growing quality grapes was recognized Friday morning as Karnail Singh Sidhu, proprietor, manager and viticulturalist at West Kelowna’s Kalala Organic Winery received the B.C. Grapegrowers’ Association’s inaugural Viticulturalist of the Year award.
Annie’s Cafe and Lounge at Frind Estate Winery has been open for close to three weeks now. Named after winery proprietor Markus Frind’s wife, Annie, it’s got a more casual feel than many winery eateries.
Owners of a Kelowna development firm recognized as one of Canada's top employers hope their business practices serve as inspiration to other entrepreneurs.
The Mad Hatter Book Store has reopened with reduced hours and protocols in place to keep everyone safe including requiring customers to wear masks and limiting the number of people in the store at one time to four.
J.K. Schmidt Jewellers has been on West Kelowna’s Main Street for 42 years and after closing briefly due to COVID-19, the family business is happy to be back open.
One-third of our food relies on bees for pollination. It's that kind of important role that led the Okanagan's Jennifer Krezan and her husband, Brad, to start Hiveology in 2019. “Without the bees, farmers would face having to hand-pollinate many of our foods, but as this is labour-intensive …
Chief provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry and health minister Adrian Dix provide an update on the province's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.